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When Should I Start Physical Therapy After a Sports Injury?
When Should I Start Physical Therapy After a Sports Injury?

Most people will experience some kind of physical injury in their lifetime, and sports injuries are particularly common amongst children. More than 3.5 million children and teens are injured each year as part of organized sports or physical activity. In fact, one-third of ...

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Blog posts in Knee Injuries

  • The Importance of Being Active After Knee Replacement Surgery

    For people whose knees lack sufficient cartilage to cushion the knee joint, life can be unbearably painful. The knees are weight-bearing joints, ...

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  • Will My Knee Injury Ever Get Better?

    If you’re an active person, a pestering knee injury can put a real damper on everyday activities. Without functioning knees, you’ll lack the basic ...

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  • Inspirational Stories to Motivate Your Recovery

    The practice of physical therapy is rooted in evidence-based science, which can entail a rigid clinical objectivity. However, another major component ...

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  • Rehab Following Meniscal Repair

    Arthroscopic Meniscus Repair Surgery Meniscus repair surgery is intended to preserve meniscus tissue and help you retain use of your knee. Once your ...

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  • Five Tips on Healthy Aging

    For some of us the thought of aging is not a pleasant one. We all know its a part of life but it can still be disapointing to realize that you are not ...

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  • Common Weightlifting Injuries and How to Avoid Them

    The Right Way to Get Back into Weightlifting Most people walk into the New Year with a desire to start fresh and take better care of themselves. This ...

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  • How to Treat Running Injuries

    Running is the preferred form of exercise for millions of people. Every time you get on the treadmill or hit the pavement, you are engaging all of ...

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  • What Is IT Band Syndrome and What Does it Mean for Athletes?

    The iliotibial (IT) band is a thick, fibrous strip that connects your hips and gluteal muscles to the thighs, tibia, and lower leg. It connects the ...

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  • Common Knee Injuries & How to Treat Them

    If you have ever spent some time on a treadmill or riding a bicycle, or sometimes just spent a whole day on your feet, you have probably felt some ...

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